Police Uncover Ritualist den in Edo State, with 20 mummified bodies

Police Uncover Ritualist den in Edo State

Operatives of the Nigerian Police have uncovered a Ritualist den in Edo State, with 20 mummified corpses in Benin City, the Edo State capital. ASP Jennifer Iwegbu, who is the spokesperson of the state police command confirmed this newsmen in Benin ,on Wednesday, August 17.


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Jennifer Iwegbu, in her statement, added that the breakthrough was made and the Ritualist den in Edo State was discovered as the officers were investigating a credible information of several illegal activities along Ekenwan Road areas. She said that the mummified corpses were unearthed in a building along Asoro Slope off Ekenwan Road, Uzebu Quarters in Benin City. The statement reads;

 

 

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“In pursuance of its operational mandate of nipping crimes in the bud, Operatives of the Edo State Police Command 17/08/2022 unraveled a suspected ritual shrine. Following credible information at the Command’s disposal that some corpses were discovered in a building along Asoro slope off Ekenhua road, Uzebu quarters, Benin city. Operatives of the command immediately swung into action and mobilized to the scene,” the statement read.

 

 

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“At the scene, 3 suspects, Chimaobi Okoewu ‘M’ and Oko Samuel ‘M’ both of Afikpo in Ebonyi and Gideon Sunday ‘M’ of Akwa-Ibom State were arrested while others fled. An intensive effort is ongoing to arrest the other fleeing suspects.

 

 

“15 mummified male corpses, 3 mummified female corpses and 2 mummified children corpses were discovered at the scene

 

 

“To this end, the Edo State Commissioner of Police, CP Abutu Yaro, fdc, has directed the Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of state CID to carry out a discreet investigation to unravel the circumstances surrounding the discovered corpses and therefore enjoins the general public to be calm as the command will continue to ensure the safety of all law-abiding citizens and those residing in Edo state.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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